How to teach data journalism to the data-terrified

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Abstract

Journalists don’t need multimedia experience, coding ability or statistical proficiency in order to take on a data-driven project. It’s really about designing a project that fits a reporter or team’s skillset and applying core journalistic research methods to a new kind of source.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Walkey Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 19 Apr 2017

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How to teach data journalism to the data-terrified. / Graham, Caroline.

In: The Walkey Magazine, 19.04.2017.

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